September 14, 2012

Daily Housing News Round-Up

Written by:
Photo courtesy of the Detroit Free Press
Photo courtesy of the Detroit Free Press

The New York Times reports, Fed Ties new Aid to Jobs Recovery in Forceful Move.

Average 30-year mortgage rate steady at 3.55%, writes USA Today.

 More good housing market news: Bay Area’s August home sales strongest in six years prints the Mercury News.

 Detroit apartments offer once-homeless residents a new start runs Detroit Free Press.

 And, the San Francisco Chronicle publishes S.F. gets $5 million to help homeless.


Connect with HUD on social media and follow Secretary Castro on Twitter and Facebook.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *